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Exploring the Biomass Recalcitrance of Douglas Fir for Improving Bioproducts and Biofuels Production
Forestry residuals can potentially provide an abundant source of biomass feedstock for an emerging renewable chemicals and fuels industry, particularly in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. Although Douglas ...
Wood to Wing: Environmental Effects of Using Post Harvest, Residual Biomass to Produce Wood-Based Jet Fuel
This flier describes the environmental effects of using post h-harvest forest residuals to make biojet fuel.
Process Engineering Analysis of Alternatives in the Gevo Ethanol to Olefin Process
Gevo has developed a process for the conversion of ethanol to olefins, in particular propylene and isobutylene. In May of 2015 Gevo process engineering completed a process model and cost estimate for a complete process ...
Environmental Impact Analysis to Support Biofuel Development in the Pacific Northwest – Water Resources Component
This report assesses the impact of woody biomass harvesting on stream channels and soil microbial communities.
Wood to Wing: The Economics of a Wood-Based Biorefinery in Longview, Washington
This flier describes the economic considerations from a potential biorefinery based in Longview WA.
Community Economic Impact of Hypothetical NARA Woody Biomass Jet Fuel Refineries in the Pacific Northwest
This study used regional input-output analysis (I/O) to measure the economic impacts of the introduction of the biorefinery facilities in the Pacific Northwest that convert woody biomass into biojet fuel and co-products.
Informing and Engaging Stakeholders
This report describes Northwest Advanced Renewable Alliance (NARA)’s outreach activities used to enhance bioenergy literacy and build supply chain coalitions and regional alliances.
Residual Biomass Harvesting and Carbon
This flier describes the carbon impact from using forest residuals to make jet fuel and other coproducts
Micronized Wood Pretreatment for the Production of Bio-Glycols
The purpose of this project was to determine whether S2G BioChemical’s (S2G) catalytic sugar-to-glycol technology was a suitable and cost-effective solution for cellulosic sugars produced using Washington State University’s ...
Developing high biofuel coastal, Douglas-fir feedstocks by genetic selection
This report describes the development of a state-of-the-science genotyping array based on SNP technology for marker-based selection of phenotypes conducive to production of biofuels from woody residuals.